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Back In The Saddle Again!

As most of you are aware, we had a fire at the office just prior to Thanksgiving. Renovations are now complete, and we are re-opening on Monday January 13th. Many thanks to those patients who came to see us at our temporary location in Watauga. We are beyond excited...

Top 10 Reasons You Should Smile Every Day

Medically reviewed by Steven Gans, MD Written by Mark Stibich, PhD Updated on June 24, 2019 Many see smiling simply as an involuntary response to things that bring you joy or laughter. While this observation is certainly true, what most people...

Fire Recovery Update

Fire Recovery Update

As most of our patients are now aware, we had a fire in the office on November 21st. Fortunately, the fire was contained and no one was hurt. However, we have a lot of cleanup and restoration that needs to be done. As a result, we have temporarily moved our operations...

Down But Not Out

Dear patients and friends, Last Thursday evening or early Friday morning, a fire began at our dental office in Colleyville. No one was present at the time and fortunately the fire was confined to a mechanical room. Our compressor and vacuum pump were completely...

Welcome To The Family!

Come meet our new RDA Jennifer Atwood. Jennifer has been a registered dental assistant since 2009. She moved back to Fort Worth in October 2019. Her bright smile and friendly personality are a tremendous asset for the office and her experience as an assistant brings...

Dr. Oliver Completes Advanced Implant Certification

Dr Oliver recently completed advanced dental implant training in Florida. He is now a Certified Hybridge provider. Hybridge is a protocol for full-mouth implant restoration, with special emphasis on creating a beautiful smile.For more information on this procedure,...

8 Bad Brushing Habits To Break In 2019- Mouthhealthy.org

The following article was found on the American Dental Association's website mouthhealthy.org.  Please visit their website for more topics to keep your best smile! Keeping Your Toothbrush for Too Long The ADA recommends changing your toothbrush every 3-4 months, so...